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17 September 2014
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Chimps are People too
Danny Wallace investigates how similar chimps and people are
Vote: How chimp are you?
Decide whether you think chimps are people too
Behind the scenes
Video diaries, out-takes and more
Are we Alone in the Universe?
The search for alien life is 50 years old, but a planet has been discovered that could support life.
Prof. Regan's supermarket secrets
Prof. Regan tests the scientific claims of supermarket products
How to live to 101
A few isolated communities seem to hold the secrets to long life.
How to make better decisions
Lifting the lid on the business of human choices in an exclusive guide to making better decisions.
More recent Horizons
Danny Wallace's site
News about Danny's shows, books and more.
Great Ape Trust
A trust seeking to understand the origins of culture, language, tool use and intelligence in great apes.
Great Ape Project
An organisation campaigning for great apes to get the right to life, the freedom of liberty and protection from torture.
Chimps behaving badly
Among chimpanzees and humans alike, one sex is responsible for most of the violence.
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